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Massive fifth inning propels FSU in rout
By wire services
Published March 5, 2006
TALLAHASSEE - Jack Rye and Ryne Malone each hit two home runs in Florida State's 21-5 win over Brown on Saturday.
Florida State (13-1) broke the game open in the fifth inning, scoring 15 runs, only one run shy of a school record set in 1982. Malone tied an NCAA record with two homers in the inning. Dennis Guinn doubled and homered, driving in four. Rye had five RBIs.
ILLINOIS 7, SOUTH FLORIDA 3: Ty Taborelli was 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI for the Bulls (4-8) as Daniel Thomas took the loss, allowing seven runs on nine hits in 42/3 innings.
FLORIDA 4, TEXAS A&M 1: Bryan Augenstein pitched a complete game and Northside Christian graduate Brian Leclerc hit a home run for the host Gators.
ECKERD 7, PENN 4: Senior Sam Reece struck out five and allowed six hits in eight innings for the host Tritons. Eckerd scored three runs on four straight hits in the fifth.
MIAMI 7, INDIANA 2: Tommy Giles had two hits and two RBIs for the Hurricanes (11-6), who outhit the Hoosiers 9-1.
Tournament host Florida (15-6) defeated Southern Miss 4-1 and topped Seton Hall 3-0 at the Cox Communications Invitational. Stacey Stevens and Stacey Nelson pitched complete games for UF.
FSU SPLITS: The Seminoles scored three in the bottom of the seventh to rally past Maryland 6-5 in the Sunshine State Tournament. FSU (11-8) lost 5-0 to national champion Michigan in the final.
USF SWEPT: The Bulls (11-10) committed four errors in a 7-4 loss to Long Beach State, then was blanked 10-0 in five innings by host Arizona at the Hillenbrand Invitational in Tucson, Ariz.
ECKERD SWEPT: The host Tritons (2-9) lost 7-0 and 7-6 to Sunshine State Conference foe Florida Tech. The nightcap went eight innings.
Track and field
FSU's Walter Dix ran the fastest 200-meter time in the nation this year, 20.50 seconds, in the Cyclone National Qualifier in Ames, Iowa. He also had an NCAA qualifying time in the 60 in 6.65. Florida's Sekou Clarke ran the nation's 14th fastest time in the 400 at 46.71.
USF: Taylor Stallings won the discus and hammer for the Bulls at the UCF Invitational in Orlando. For the men, Taiwo Egun won the 200 and 110 hurdles and Jaydian Miller took the triple jump and long jump.
USF shot 303 in the second of three rounds of the Dick Wittcoff Invitational at the USF Golf Course and was tied for 12th at 606 in the 18-team event. New Orleans (290-581) led Middle Tennessee by one.
FSU: The Seminoles (306-618) were 13th in the 18-team LSU Classic. Auburn (586) led host LSU by two and LSU's Melissa Eaton led the individual standings.
TENNIS: Ytai Abougzir won at No. 1 singles and doubles for FSU, which fell 4-1 to visiting Ohio State. ... Eckerd swept Puerto Rico-Mayaguez with the Triton men (7-0) winning 9-0 and the women (8-0) winning 8-0.
GYMNASTICS: UF had its second-highest point total this season at 196.625 in defeating Arizona and BYU in a triangular meet late Friday in Tucson, Ariz.